Sentence processing in aphasia

This post is written by PhD student Sigfus Kristinsson. Sigfus recently had a paper accepted by the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience about how the brain understands different types of sentences. [...]

Processing audiovisual information in the brain

Recently, the C-STAR group, led by Dr. Greg Hickok, published an article in the journal Cortex. The article is titled, “Neural networks supporting audiovisual integration for speech: A [...]

Predicting Aphasia Recovery: The Role of Brain Damage and SSRI Use

Below is a guest post by Lynsey Keator, MA, CCC-SLP. Lynsey is a speech-language pathologist who currently works with Dr. Argye Hillis at Johns Hopkins. She will be joining the USC Aphasia Lab in [...]

The Anatomy of Aphasia Revisited

This post is a summary of our recently published article, The Anatomy of Aphasia Revisited. This article appears in the March 2018 issue of the journal Brain. Link to full text here. In this [...]

New research published by C-STAR

Hello, readers! As I said in my previous post, this section of the website is dedicated to discussion of ongoing work in the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery (C-STAR). But first, some [...]